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  1. mmayes

    mmayes Diver Forum Mod Moderator

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    I have had good results with the tarred line as well. I use an H weight for all my deeper water rigs or if I have no idea how deep the water will be and if I know the areas I will hunt are 3' or less I use Texas rigs

    Mayes
     
  2. GUNNERX2

    GUNNERX2 Elite Refuge Member

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    That's too late. You better hope you know by 10:15.
     
  3. Tuleman

    Tuleman Elite Refuge Member

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    I have used nothing but braided nylon anchor cord (tarred and non-tarred) for the last thirty years and have had NO reason to switch.
    Tough, soft:easy on the hands/easy on the decoys, flexible in any temperatures, won't take a set, long-lasting, easy to make knots that don't let go, not expensive, comes in various colors and sizes. What's not to like?
     
  4. Ringbill

    Ringbill Elite Refuge Member Flyway Manager

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    I've been using TANGLEFREE cord & weights for almost 40 years now.
    Obviously it works for me . I "figure 8" my cord when I wind it & setup all my decoys so the anchors are the proper length to fit with a finish wrap around the neck.
    I hunt in some cold & icy conditions & the genuine Tanglefree is still workable----imposters don't cut it.
    I've had friends try those rubber stretchable bungee decoy anchor things, but they rot & break. Think of choosing an alternative method.

    Ringbill
     
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